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    January 23, 2013
    10:00 - 11:00pm PST  

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>> yay! >> in all, 37 american idol hopefuls leave the raceway hearing that all-important... >> yes! >> [screams] >> here he comes. [group cheering] >> i'm going to hollywood! >> okay, crew, are you really ready for hollywood? >> all: yes! >> bring it on. let's go. let's go, let's go. [tires screech] >> we found some top-notch-- top-top-top-top-top-notch people today. >> charlotte delivers in a big way. >> think we found a lot of top tens, top fives, maybe a winner. >> we're off. good night, everybody. >> ryan, ryan. >> except i'm going to the wrong place. >> you go there, i'm going in here. [zydeco music] >> tomorrow night, we march into cajun country... >> welcome to american idol! >> the hometown of the dog. >> come on, b.r., don't let your boy down. this is my dirt right here. >> be there for the best that dixie has to offer. >> undeniable superstar.
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>> oh, man! [all cheering] >> but things can't always go smoothly in the south. >> ooh, mariah. oh, i just said "mariah" and looked at nicki. i think i have to go and do some hail marys for that. [laughter] >> 1,000 hail marys. >> and then some. a huge plume of smoke next to the 880 freeway. and tonight we're being told
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squatters to blame for this fire. i'm frank somerville. >> i'm julie haener. it tore through the edge of oakland's chinatown. firefighters had to rescue at least two people. christian captain is live now at the scene, and tells us, that as destructive as this fire was, no one was injured. >> reporter: that's exactly what investigators investigators tell me. there are still crews here monitoring the situation. traffic opened up on harrison within the last hour here. we've been reporting live since 6:00 this evening. earlier, we spoke with the mother of a woman who was inside that building when it caught fire. fire burst through the roof of the building on harrison street. firefighters worked to rescue the people who made it out on a
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neighboring roof. the fire slowed the evening commute down. crews closed down 7th street in both directions. closed harrison, and slowed traffic to a crawl. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >> the building owner is on scene. he reports that when the rain starts, people enter his building. the potential for fire is there. >> reporter: she says they planned an escape route in case of emergency. >> one of them said they were all together, and they showed each other what route, which way to go out in case of emergency. >> and it saved some lives you think. >> yeah, it did. >> reporter: her daughter was one of the people rescued on a neighboring roof, and detained by police. >> i don't think none of them started it on purpose. they're not like that. >> reporter: we watched as
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oakland police drove one person away. no word on what charges, if any, anyone would be facing. rain returned to the bay area today. after the recent cold dry stretch, today's rain is a reminder of our typical winter weather. a ktvu photographer found a lot of people on market street in san francisco had heard the forecast, ander prepared for the rain. others though, had to improvise. this was the first significant rain in almost two weeks. slick roads apparently played a role in other accidents around the bay area today. one driver had to be taken to the hospital, but the other driver walked away. the highway patrol said it responded to 33 incidents just between noon and 3:00 p.m. today. as frank points out, the roadways kind of a mess. this light rain falling on the afternoon commute, or the bulk of it. you see showers still occurring out there right now. coming in close, you can see
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the showers mainly up in the north bay. we go into san francisco, you got light scattered showers right now. on market street. scattered showers in san mateo. east 3rd avenue. just light, nothing big. then you head towards san jose, and you've got sprinkles down there as well. you think it was a lot. the north bay did see significant rainfall to the tune of about .3, or .4 of an inch up here. that's the heaviest rain. but everybody about south of this line, those are kind of light. hundredths of an inch. so it was a light rainfall around the afternoon commute, that's what caused the problems. there's a chance for more showers as we go into the five- day forecast. i'll see you back here in just a little bit with that. stay with us for continuing coverage at 10:20, bill will be back with tomorrow's forecast, and how this lingering rain will affect your day. at 10:45, your complete forecast, including how the
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weekend is shaping up. new at 10:00, city workers rally in san francisco. they're upset about a possible pay cut to jobs that are typically held by women and minorities. ktvu's amber lee is live now at city hall, where workers told her, they already struggle to make ends meet. >> reporter: we're in front of city hall, where government business ends around 5:00. the lights remain on inside, because there's still work to be done. >> the niners are going to the super bowl. >> reporter: robert is a proud native san franciscan. the custodian considers city hall, his second home. >> i love the job. this is my second house. i live here eight hours a day, maybe more. >> reporter: he spent most nights here for the past 14 years. >> probably better than my own place. >> reporter: the 55-year-old is among the 50,000 city workers who may face a pay cut, when
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the current union contract expires next week. they say city administrators have considered cutting wages for jobs traditionally held by women and minorities. positions that pay 40,000, to $80,000 a year. >> we hear a lot about violence to women. this is a financial violence to women and minorities. >> reporter: saying there's no dollar amount attached to the proposed pay cut. the city says the cuts may apply only to new hires. if no agreement is reached by june 14, the matter goes to arbitration. >> if the union believes that we are ignoring, certainly an argument they can wring forward to the arbitrator. >> i really care about the workers in this city. >> reporter: she pledged support when workers went to her office to ask for support.
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rosalez said it's a struggle. >> especially the people born and raised in the city. give us a chance to live our lives here. >> reporter: he hopes to be able to stay in the city he loves when he retires. amber lee, ktvu, channel 2 news. oakland city leaders held a news conference this afternoon to address four new crime fighting measures that the city council approved very early this morning, including the controversial hiring of a former new york police commissioner to help device a crime reduction plan. >> we have a real opportunity to bring down crime in the city, and to increase help. >> it was after midnight when the council voted 7-1 to approve a $250,000 contract to hire a team of outside consultants. that team includes the controversial william bratton. the council also approved a hiring of 20 civilian staffers for the police department. the mayor says that will put 20 officers back on the streets. in addition, oakland will pay
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for the use of ten alameda county sheriff deputies to help patrol the city, and the council also approved another police academy. a ktvu news crew tracked down william bratton today to find out about his plans for oakland. he was found in detroit. only on 2 now, bratton's first on camera interview since the vote. >> reporter: phil bratton has a reputation as a reformer. the go to guy for police departments needing changes. tonight he's in detroit, but he will soon be in oakland. >> both of them have a concern about their high crime problem. both have been going through significant reductions. >> reporter: both are under federal oversight for misconduct. bratton says his first job is to meet key players in oakland, find out what's broken, and try to fix it.
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>> significantly focused within the department, looking at how they're fighting crime. how they might improve how they fight crime. >> reporter: on the controversial subject of stop and frisk, which some say is racial profiling, bratton says police and citizens need to understand how it works. >> you don't treat the poor different than the rich, the white different than the black. >> reporter: bratton says he has a lot to learn about oakland, but hopes oakland learns something as well. >> we're really excited about the opportunity to work in oakland. >> reporter: still the chief isn't obligated to follow any of bratton's recommendations. >> we're not coming in to supersede him. we're coming in to advise. ultimately, the chief has ownership of the crime problem. that's the reality. >> reporter: here in detroit, the number of officer involved shootings has plummeted. there were just three last year. there's a feeling of progress inside, and outside the police department here. a feeling not felt at opd headquarters for quite some time. along 8-mile road in detroit,
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ken wayne. more details now. bratton began his career in the boston police department, where he rose to become the boston police commissioner. he then went on to serves at new york police commissioner. then as the lead of the los angeles police department. one of the two teenagers shot and wounded in el soreto today. police say both victims are young men in their late teens. witnesses say multiple suspects ran from the scene heading east on stockton avenue. san jose police are asking for help tonight as they investigate an attempted kidnapping reported by a 13- year-old girl. police say the girl was walking near east st. james street, and north 33rd about 6:10, friday morning when a man grabbed her, and dragged her into a
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driveway. fortunately, the girl was able to fight off the man, and run to safety. police told us today they waited until now to tell the public about the case, because of last week's hoax when a woman lied about a man trying to snatch a child from her arms. this time, police say they wanted to make sure the information they were given was correct. today police released this sketch. the suspect is said to be latino, 25 to 35 years old. 5'10" with a medium build. he has black hair, brown eyes, and a mustache. san jose recorded its second homicide of the year this afternoon. the victim was a woman known as the candy lady. we have a crew following developments there, and will bring you the latest in a live report at 10:30. january is shaping up to be a very good month for california's financial coffers. the state is poised to finish the month with about $4 billion
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more in tax revenue than expected. january16 turned out to be a record setting day with the franchise tax board receiving $2.2 billion in taxes. mostly from the 6% of filers who pay taxes quarterly. one observer suggests the spike may be from people taking profits ahead of increase in the federal tax rate. governor brown is scheduled to give his third state of the state address tomorrow morning. no word from the staff on what the focus will be. political observers expect the governor to discuss a proposed tunnel to ship water. other topics include education reform, and high speed rail. you can watch the governor's address here on ktvu. it's set to start at 9:00 tomorrow morning. if you are away from your tv, we will be streaming it, on all of our mobile platforms. apple's ceo talks about record revenues today, but warns about a challenging future. >> i just told you about the rainfall around the bay area
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today. coming up, i'm tracking how much more you can expect on your morning commute. >> but first, right after the break, making music history right here in the bay area. the red carpet event that brought out some big names.
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new at 10:00, some big names, including a famous tv star were at the opening of the
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jazz center. >> reporter: bill cosby is that big name you mentioned. he's the emcee tonight. you can see the concert still going on strong tonight. it will be a home to jazz for years to come. the lights and cameras are ready. all the action tonight is at the new sf jazz center. >> this is the first big night for us. we opened on martin luther king jr. day monday, the ceremonial ribbon cutting, open to the public. but this is the first big concert with a cavalcade of stars. >> hot ticket? >> sold out for several months now. >> reporter: musicians who cross over genres, like the police drummer, stewart copeland who has gone on to
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create tv soundtracks. >> you get to be a rule breaker. >> absolutely. and people pay good money for you to play. >> reporter: bill cosby emceed tonight's concert. the people listening heard the work of a man they didn't see. sam birko designed the acoustics. >> jazz ensembles are much smaller, so we do more defusing of sounds, scattering. >> reporter: if you're not a fan of jazz, the former owner of the keystone jazz club says from swing to blues, there's something for everyone. >> everyone loves jazz, they just don't know it yet. >> reporter: she's a grammy award winning prosecutor a couple of years -- grammy award winner from a couple of years ago for best new artist.
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san francisco police released new video tonight from a pair of robbery pharmacies. you can see the suspects forcing customers to the floor. one of the men held a gun to an employee, while demanding oxycodone. the robbers did make off with prescriptions. here's a look at both of those suspects believed to be in their 20s. police are hoping someone will recognize them and alert investigators. police recovered both cars stolen during a home invasion robbery on monday. several men broke into an elderly couple's home on brentwood drive. they found the other car abandoned off of 152 near gilroy. >> we don't have any suspects in the robbery unit. they're still continuing to investigate this case round-the- clock. >> reporter: police say the suspects tied up the man and woman, and then made off with
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their jewelry, electronics, and those two cars. apple seems to have lost some of its shine tonight. the company warned shares dropped in after hours trading that basically wiped out an entire year of gains. apple reported a profit of $13 billion, but missed its revenue estimates, and said profits were flat because of higher manufacturing costs. the biggest issue for apple may be its iphone sales. there are some indications now that the buying public may be cooling off to apple's once hot products. >> reporter: today's earnings report showed apple with record revenues, and 47.8 million iphones sold last quarter.
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>> everything i use is apple. i have basically the whole family. >> reporter: the ceo, tim cook projected lower revenue for next quarter, with slower sales. not the skyrocketing growth investors have been accustomed to seeing. usf professor, saying phones using the android system are ringing up enough sales to take a bite out of apple's dominance. >> the gap between some of samsung's offerings, and what apple is offering with the iphone have closed a little bit. i think that's closing in on the cost deferential. >> i like the droid personally. it works. i have a 4g. it's thin, the screen is bigger. >> reporter: many have larger screens and lower price points and have some consumers seeing android as the new hot product, with iphones being old news. >> kind of like it's over. i hear that conversation at the
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gym. a lot of people seem to be more about wanting to use the droid. >> i think apple really does need to talk about what it's price point strategy is going to be for the iphone going forward. >> reporter: there have been some speculation that apple would release a lower priced iphone later this year, but the ceo did not address that in this conference call. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. another silicon valley company, netflix reported an unexpectedly big profit today. the news sent shares up 33% to $137. the company's own executive said 4th quarter earnings exceeded even their own expectations, not to mention wall street's. meantime, wall street reached a five year high today. the dow gained 67 since one month before the recession started. nasdaq was up 10. analysts say profit taking is ahead.
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picking up showers out there, it's been going on for a while. but not a lot of accumulation. we have .3 in the north bay. san francisco, light sprinkles, san mateo, light sprinkles. san jose, light sprinkles. almost a drizzle. the rainfall accumulations have been relatively light. there's more coming tonight. as we get into 1:00 a.m., a computer model, and you see that shot at showers especially around san rafael around 1:00 a.m. 2:00a.m., more sprinkles. maybe more activity over the east bay. so a few showers for the morning commute, it looks like it's going to clear out. when i get back, i'll roll the model all the way through. at 10:45, we'll look at the five-day forecast. there are a chance of more showers. one of four new libraries
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in san jose that was closed because of budget cuts two years ago, is finally set to reopen. seven trees library will hold its long awaited reopening on saturday. it was facing a record budget deficit, and decided it just didn't have the money to open that facility. the other three libraries are also scheduled to open soon. basskin library next month, and calabasas in june. lance armstrong came clean. why readers of his best selling book now want their money back. and the first lawsuit filed over subway's famous foot long. >> the 49ers returning to work. and one
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to work today prepping for the super bowl. why the niners offense is brimming with confidence. >> reporter: they should be. it's a back to work wednesday, and everybody knows, it's a what have you done for me lately business. the niners don't win this super bowl sunday, everything they've done so far, not meaningless, but quickly forgettable. there's plenty of reason they will finish business against baltimore. atlanta was able to stop colin kaepernick from running. no problem. he began showing off his pinpoint accuracy. that opened a little room for frank gore on the run. in short, pick your poison. just too many weapons. >> we went in with a solid game plan. we understood they were just trying to take away certain things that we do well. they tried to take away collin's running ability, but he made big plays with his arm. it's one of those things where
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you kind of like pick your poison. a lot of talented players on this team. you just got to keep on executing at a high level. the 49er quarterback, his alma mater up in reno. the kaepernick craze. fans kissed the biceps by the hundreds, maybe the thousands. his jersey, the number one seller, the largest retail seller. >> pinpoint accuracy, man can he thread the needle. >> he is about as hot of a commodity as it can get. construction of the new 49ers stadium in santa clara is leading the way when it comes to sustainable energy. the team said their new stadium will make as much energy as it uses during a game. that will be done by installing
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solar panels throughout the $1.2 billion stadium. there's also talk of eventually adding charging stations for electric cars. his books were best sellers. now some people want their money back after lance armstrong admitted he lied did doping. two sacramento county men filed a class action lawsuit today. they said they would not have bought the books if they had known about his use of performance enhancing drugs. two new jersey men filed suit today claiming subway's foot long sandwiches don't measure up. we showed you this picture last week when it went viral. the lawsuit says the fast food chain is short changing customers, and they want to be compensated. the company said bread sizes can vary if employees don't bake them to exact standards.
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the fire was actually part of the show. the charge the gallery owner could now face. >> plus train cars rigged with explosives. in news of the world, the effort to make rail cars safer for passengers. >> a woman is shot to death in san jose. her unique nickname, and why she was so well known in her neighborhood. well, well, well.
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growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good.
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[ male announcer ] get u-verse tv with a total home dvr included free for life. only $29 a month for six months. rethink possible. new video of a crash that followed a chase, and shooting tonight in east oakland, it happened off empire road at about 8:00 tonight. witnesses say someone in a white truck was chasing, and shooting at a silver toyota camry. the driver of the camry then crashed into a parked car. police say one shot grazed the driver's head, and a woman passenger was hurt in the crash. both were taken to the
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hospital. the shooter got away. in the south bay, police in san jose are investigating the killing of a woman this afternoon. live in east san jose with new information about the victim, and why she was well known in the neighborhood. >> reporter: julie, in just the past few minutes, we saw detectives enter the woman's apartment. neighbors told me, the woman was known as the candy lady, she was found by officers inside this apartment in the stone gate community just after 1:30. classes were still in session in east san jose, when someone called police about shots being fired across the street. the woman was taken to the hospital, but died less than an hour later. >> right now, we don't have a motive. we don't have any suspect information. our directives are out there as question speak. obviously, there will be a canvas for witnesses.
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right now, a big question mark for who did this and why. >> reporter: police started their investigation. some of the kids probably knew the woman who lived in the apartment with the open sign. >> she would throw candies to kids. yeah, candies, gatorade, stuff like that. >> she had a little table. a coffee table, she had all the sodas and her kit-kats there. >> reporter: police are not releasing the name of the victim. people told me this neighborhood has seen a lot of crime lately, with burglaries, gang activity, but nothing like this. >> i'm upset and surprised and shocked. but you know, this world that we live in, it's full of bad people, but you know, the only thing we can do is pray, and hope for the best for the family. >> this is the second homicide of the year for san jose.
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matt keller, ktvu, channel 2 news. the owner of a san francisco art gallery may face criminal charges after he deliberately set an exhibit on fire, which is exactly what the artist wants him to do. the interactive art exhibit is on display at the queens nails gallery at the end of valencia street near mission. it's an installation of 25,000 match sticks, and it was intentionally set on fire last night. san francisco firefighters say it could have gotten out of hand. >> it wasn't malicious, as far as we're concerned. it's basically out of ignorance where he lit it. >> deputy chief gonzalez says it's unlikely the city would have granted a permit for the exhibit, because of the inherent danger. stanford researchers say they've been able to cut and
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paste genes that are hiv resistent into t cells, they say providing an infected person with the engineered t cells would not cure the viral infection, but they believe it could ward off immune collapse and a.i.d.s. medical marijuana advocates gathered to protest the efforts to close cannabis clubs. the protesters claimed victory. >> putting her on notice, that she's not going to be able to come to san francisco at will without being held to account for her actions. >> reporter: hague was scheduled to speak at golden gate university this afternoon. hague has gone after eight medical marijuana facilities. a university representative told ktvu, the u.s. attorney canceled this morning, but did not give a reason. in news of the world
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tonight, in algeria, attacks by gasoline thieves are fairly common, but not in this area. officials fear that the practice may now be spreading even as security of pipelines has increased. nigeria is a major oil supplier to the united states. in indonesia, a 5.9 earthquake hit the western island of sumatra. the quake was shallow, and caused significant damage in many villages, and a 9-year-old girl was also killed. many indonesians panicked when it happened. it was 9 years ago, you may recall, that a quake centered nearby triggered a tsunami that killed 230,000 people. in england, researchers deliberately blew up a train car to try to find ways to make them more bomb proof. europe has seen a number of
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deadly train attacks in recent years. researchers found there was less shrapnel, and it could lead to fewer deaths. a sneak peek tonight at the public art display on one of the bay area's most recognizable landmarks. >> bill martin, tracking the wet weather. his complete forecast at 10:45. >> the fact is we had four dead americans. >> first, hillary clinton on the hot seat. the grilling today over that deadly attack at a u.s. consulate in libya.
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house republicans today quietly put off the spending bill until may. it will allow the treasury department to keep borrowing money for four more months. gop lawmakers initially said they would not allow a vote on the debt limit without dollar for dollar exchange. it was one of hillary clinton's last official duties as secretary of state. facing a grilling on capitol hill over the deadly attack at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. rita williams shows us the tense exchanges, and also has reaction from the family of the
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explain ambassador. >> reporter: the all day grilling. secretary of state hillary clinton was emotionally charged. >> the marines carried those flag draped caskets off the plane at andrews. >> reporter: one of those four bodies carried the body of chris stevens. the u.s. ambassador to libya, killed in the attack on the american consulate in benghazi. how could it happen? senators, then representatives kept asking. clinton said multiple requests for added security never reached her desk. >> i found that you did not read the cables from benghazi, i would have relieved you of your post. >> reporter: another republican senator kept asking why it took so long to interview benghazi survivers. >> the fact is, we had four dead americans. was it because of protest, or guys out for a walk one night
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who decided they would go kill americans. what difference at this point does it make? >> reporter: she had critics and defenders. >> the answers frankly that you've given this morning are not satisfactory to me. >> you've always spoken out forcefully. >> reporter: when i interviewed ambassador steven's mother just two weeks after her son's death, she said she did not blame secretary of state clinton for what happened. today, stevens stepfather turned down my request for a comment in an email, saying quote, we are not qualified to evaluate what has been done. every new news report, every renewal of the discussion hurts. rita williams, ktvu, channel 2 news. new information tonight about a man who's body was found along the alameda shore line this morning. the alameda county coroner identifies that man as 28-year- old paul chew of alameda. police say he was found about 10:00 a.m. this morning in the waters off
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crown memorial state beach. police say the man was wearing clothes, and there was no trauma on his body. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow to determine if he drowned. >> reporter: san francisco police say they now have a man in custody for a suspect in a home invasion three years ago. two men broke into a home in the sunset district that was suspected of being a brothel. the homeowner was killed, and eight other people tied up. police say andre baneo was one of the two men seen entering the home by a security camera. he was picked up by police for a traffic stop. the other suspect remains at large. the bay area bridge was lit up tonight, providing a sneak peek of thousands of decorative lights for an upcoming art display. the lights are part of an $8 million light sculpture under installation. currently, we're told about 85% of the 25,000 l.e.d. lights that make up the
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installation have been put in place. tonight, the technical team was testing those lights. you can see the result there. the unveiling of the finished art piece is set for march 5. closes that gab where we're treated as second glass citizens. >> a watershed moment for women in the military. >> back here at 10:45, tracking the showers that are out there right now, and tracking more showers that could potentially wetten, or dampen your weekend. i'll see you back here. >> up first, developing news on a bay area interstate. we're learning that a man was hit by three cars tonight, and that none of them stopped.
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developing news right now out of oakland, a pedestrian was struck and killed on an on ramp to interstate 980 tonight. at least three vehicles struck
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that man, believe the to be in his 50s, none of them stopped. the they could face charges. officers say there is a homeless encampment nearby, and the victim may have come from there. it's a landmark about face for the u.s. military. outgoing defense secretary, leon panetta is set to lift restrictions on women in combat. >> reporter: the ground breaking decision overturns a 1994 pentagon rule that restricts women from artillery, and other combat roles. now women can serve in those units. >> i think it's incredible news. >> reporter: she gained national headlines when she came out as a lesbian in 1993, and successfully fought the military to discharge her under don't ask don't tell. >> it closes that gap, where
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we're treated as second class citizens and treated differently. >> reporter: last year, the aclu filed a lawsuit changing the policy that prohibited women from serving in ground combat. >> it's one of the last remaining ways in which the federal government officially discriminates against women, just because they're women. >> reporter: there appears to be one loophole. the decision by leon panetta gives the military until 2016 to seek special exceptions if they believe any positions must remain closed to women. some combat positions may open as soon as this year. others such as navy seals may take longer. >> saying this job requires a lot of strength. women can't hack it. guess what, a lot of men can't hack it either. >> reporter: in reality, women have seen combat in recent wars. 130 women have died, and more than 800 wounded in iraq and afghanistan. in san francisco, rob roth,
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ktvu, channel 2 news. more details now. the american civil liberties union says the combat exclusion policy barred women. the aclu argued it was outdated, because it didn't match the reality of post-9/11 warfare. a fix for the boeing dreamliner flit is imminent. congressman rick larsen of washington state says both the faa and boeing have told him the grounding of the planes should not last long. all dreamliners worldwide are grounded following overheating problems with the lithium-ion batteries. boeing's plant is in larsen's district. some wicked wild weather in the great lakes is causing
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hazardous conditions. interstate 90 in ohio was shut down for 90 minutes today. a lake-effect snow warning is in effect for the area until thursday. that arctic air mass has been blamed for several deaths across the midwest. many locations have seen temperatures below zero. in chicago firefighters say frigid temperatures made a massive fire at a warehouse much more difficult to handle last night. in minnesota, a woman suffered frostbite after running out of gas on a highway. despite the rain, the actually warming up over here. our overnight lows up into the upper 30s, and low 40s. this weather system arse origins are sort of mid- latitude, or even low latitude. it's coming real close. you can see most of the showers now up to the north and east of here. that's where most of the rain has fallen today. scattered showers remain on
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geary boulevard in the sunset district. the bay view district. more over redwood city. light showers still, none of this is really that amazing, but it's raining, and definitely slowing things down as you move around out there this evening, and perhaps tomorrow morning, because what happens tomorrow morning is some of the roadways are obviously going to be wet. but there will be lingering showers. so a chance of a sprinkle. there's a chance for some valley fog too. it won't be hard to get the patchy fog. wet roadways, maybe a sprinkle, and patchy valley fog. clearing tomorrow afternoon. as we enter the weekend, still a chance for sprinkles. there's your shot for the fog. in the inland bay valleys, and you know the spots, it's not going to be widespread, it's just going to be patchy. this system slides through tonight, we're on the north side of it. there might be a little wrap around moisture that flips through here in the morning hours. an a.m. chance of sprinkles. clearing in the afternoon. we go to 7:00 a.m.
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tomorrow morning, cloudy, kind of moist out there. not cold, just cloudy and moist. tomorrow afternoon, cloudy. you get into friday morning, partly cloudy. friday afternoon, somewhere between weak systems, and they're both really week. one to -- really weak, one to the north and one to the south. you get the picture, either rain, or don't rain. we're between these two systems that leave us with a little bit of moisture. and lots of clouds, and not a lot of sunshine. these are the forecast highs tomorrow then. you notice the numbers, they're pretty warm. that's because these systems are from a lower latitude. 62 in pleasanton tomorrow. 60 in livermore. .3 of an inch of rain, some rain up there. but san jose, trace amounts. oakland, .1 of an inch. not a lot of rain. just nuisance stuff at best.
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thanks bill. warriors going up against the best team in the league. we'll show you how they did in a moment. oh!
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suit because of seau's suicide. the suit claims the nfl deliberately hid the dangers of repetitive blows to the head. posthumous tests show seau had traumatic brain disease when he died. mark is here now with sports. how about those warriors, going up against the top team in the league. >> yeah, it's everybody around here. winning contagious. and the warriors have a big dose going around. serious with this team now, they knocked off the clippers monday. best team in the nba tonight, that would be the team that brings in the very talented kevin durant. bringing 33 tonight. the usual all-star performance outing for david lee. but the warriors, 22 points, 12 rebounds. he's going to get onto that all- star team as a reserve tomorrow. 9 off the bench for jarrett jack. 1:41 left. warriors up by 3. it all came
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down to defense. curry had 31 points, but the steal right there, anticipating the passing lane. he's fouled, he drained the free throws. the warriors now the only team to beat the heat, the thunder, and the clips all in this season. three of the best right there. the warriors are right up there. we're going to roll through about 150 different scenarios from now to super sunday. it's going to fall back on defense, as it always does. the ravens have an offense that's actually quite a bit harder to stop than they get credit for. a head knocking running game. that opens it up to go deep to anquan boldin. you've got to stop the run first of although. that's how justin smith of the niners sees it. >> they run the ball successfully, they max it up. get you thinking run, suck in the corners and safeties, then they're throwing over your head. the main thing is let those safeties set deep.
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hopefully, we don't have to use them as much in the run game. they can do the job back there, and we can take care of the run. the raiders looking for a way to elbow their way in for just a little love and attention around here. they hired tony sparano, who coached as a head man with miami a couple of years ago. spent the last season with rex ryan and the new york jets. sparano will also coach the raider's offensive line. it sure didn't look good when this bit of soccer weirdness started in london tonight. watch the ball boy get on top of this ball. they got to get it. the player kicks the poor kid right in the ribs. only like 11 years old. he's like hey, what's going on there? he's saying give me the ball. this kid works at home here, he's trying to run out the clock for his buddies on the
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team. turns out he's okay. happy to report that the player, who will remain nameless, who kicked that little kid, apologized afterwards. they shook hands, and the dad was with him, and he said no charges to be filed. like i say, all's well that ends well. that's just weird. >> never seen that before. >> kick the little kid in the ribs. >> he wanted his team to win. run out the clock. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> the morning news begins at 4:30.